Vespa Cam is a design concept by Rotimi Solola and Cait Miklasz. Taking inspiration from the famed Vespa scooter, the concept uses a color scheme reminiscent of the old faithful, the classic Vespa text, and of course, the lens takes a position and look similar to headlights on the Vespa. Apart from these goodies, this functions just like any Vespa camera.
Russian design student Sasha has illustrated Disney Princesses as fashion sketches that look ripe for the runway. Of course, turning the characters into conventional fashion illustrations changes the look, but the artist has made an excellent effort in keeping close to the original.
Here’s a selection of new illustrations full of with and humor by artist Randyotter (previously). You can get the illustrations as prints, t-shirts, phone cases, and other accessories at the artist’s page on RedBubble.
Evolution door by Austrian designer Klemens Torggler is a slider that opens and closes quite spectacularly, almost behaving like a sheet of paper. On a slight touch, the four paneled Evolution door behaves like the shrinking violet/mimosa and quietly shuts or opens up. The door is based on the concept of rotating squares so it can move and slide without the use of tracks.
Cats and wolves aren’t from the same family tree, much less werewolves, but you could find them some similarities. A group of cat breeders have created the Lykoi Cats, felines with a small crop of hair that makes them look like werewolves. Lykoi is a mutation of the shorthair cat, and does not grow a full coat of fur, including on its face.
Map of the Internet by Jay Jason Simons presents a very vivid world imagined to originate from the world wide web. It is remarkable considering the sheer amount of imagination and hardwork that would have gone into creating this map. The main map was illustrated using popular web trends, technologies in use, Alexa rankings, and other metrics.
Years have passed and Popeye is now an old sailor. While the image you see here has been around for a while, the artist has now crafted it into a sculpture with 3D printing. Everything on the sculpture was printed except the collar and the pipe stem.
For the last decade, Canadian artist William Fisk has been painting quite stunning photorealistic images of vintage gadgets. The subject range is enormous, going from the phones, cameras and computer consoles, to something as simple as a cord. The series is called Portraits and is for sure a very impressive set.
Truth is stranger than fiction, they say. And real creepy dolls would make Chucky poop his pants and cry; all he needs to do is visit the haunted dolls island in Mexico. The island is located near a rural area called Xochimilco (tranlated to ‘a place of flowers’). Canals run through this area, and in this web of canals lives the “Island of Dolls.”